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  • A Stranger Leaves

    Adam Parry

    An honest and thought-provoking window into the life of one man. Set in urban north Scotland, this gritty and atmospheric tale explores the dark corners of Aberdeen and the surrounding areas. Ash is a lost soul, navigating both his personal demons and the city he loves to hate. As he wanders from pub to pub, bus stop to bus stop, he encounters a series of unusual characters, forging and destroying new and old frie

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  • A Mootiful Life!

    Vernon Nase

    Little is known about the world of student mooting. Yet it is one of the most high-profile activities undertaken by law students as they compete on the world stage against other universities and develop lifelong professional skills. As it traces the life of Nickie, a mooting coach, this novel explores the politics, academic egos and cultural interface at universities in Australia and Hong Kong. Nickie threads his

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  • Good War

    Terry Dee

    Samuel Plant and John Paige clash personalities in war-torn Germany. Samuel is selfish and cruel, but has managed to survive many years of war. He always puts himself first. The younger, innocent John is honourable, seeking to protect others, even at risk of his own life. Exploring the themes of love and hate, good war and bad war, winners and losers, Good War follows two men as they navi

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  • Grey Wolf

    Donald Price

    David Storm, faced with the knowledge that the United States is on the verge of civil war, makes a major decision. The militia he has been recruited by is more serious than he ever imagined, and the country as a whole is fractured and angry. David sees a new civil war on the horizon and violence and death are only a few months away. He decides to try and get his message out to the public after joining the R

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  • The Lure of the Luck

    Frances Feeney Dalecio

    In a land of story tellers, legends and beliefs carried down through generations, so it was in Ireland in 1800 for Tom Forde, who carried the spirit of his grandfather's stories as the Irish struggled to maintain their identity and live in community with all their pleasures and hardships. Tom vowed that one day he would own a worthy thoroughbred, like those he tended on the plantation of Sir Lambert. All he ne

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  • Duckett Street

    John Dixon

    Josey Whales has not had an easy start in life, and when she is raped at just fourteen years old, it seems her life is on an inevitable downward spiral. But Josey has inner reserves of strength and integrity that will challenge the oppressive forces that surround her and the sometimes-hostile environment of working-class Burnley. With the support of her extended family, Josey and her friends have to

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  • Gràdh and Other Short Stories

    J D Maguire

    Gràdh - As secrets and scandal lurk beneath this seemingly perfect and picturesque village, will David Tait be tempted to ‘cash in' on its latest catastrophe? A Christmas Tale - Can a visit from a stranger at Christmas bring hope to a family emotionally paralysed by tragedy? The Return - Looking through a bus window, a daughter see

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  • Today Tomorrow and Forever

    Kath Shorrock

    This is a true story that tells of fear, sorrow, love, laughter and tears, but above all, true happiness. Kate Abbotts has suffered for most of her life with debilitating phobias, none of which she has conquered; she has just learned to live with them. After the tragic deaths of her parents she had further heartache by losing her beloved husband, Michael, aged forty-seven years, and she was only forty-three years

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  • For Indoor and Outdoor use only

    John Beverley

    Part travelogue, part comedy, part romance - a funny, irreverent and informative glimpse of mature living and reflections on life. With perceptive and sometimes thought-provoking insights, a mature male takes a journey around South America, observing the minutiae of life on board ship as well as the wider world beyond. Marc makes genuine connections with his fellow-travellers while relishing the opportunity

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  • Carry On Ms Caretaker

    Lipipuspa Nayak

    Flowery is at the beginning of her career as an English teacher when she takes responsibility for the care of her hypochondriac mother. This is the story of three women, Flowery, her mother and her grandmother, the legacies each inherits and outgrows, and the changing India they live in. Spanning a century, set in the villages of pre-independence India and a present day city, the lives of three generations of wome

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  • The Fiddle Player

    Jeff Stickley

    Born in a cottage on a wealthy estate in the Lake District, Alfred is a gifted musician, but the outbreak of World War II forces him on to a different path. Conscripted and taken prisoner, he escapes from a prisoner of war train in Reims. The French Resistance, romance and, of course, his beloved music, steer his life in unexpected directions, and a secret once revealed will change his life forever.

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  • Tears Are Pearls

    Tanvir Islam

    Ramona is a young woman who is willing to climb the mountain of her professional career no matter how many times she falls. When she loses a job through no fault of her own, she starts a process of trying to understand herself and her place in the world. When she is offered a new job out of the blue, the woman who owns the company challenges her to discover her own strengths and find out how she is unique. She fin

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